Bansal on steering committee for ‘Linking Data to Improve Health’

MIS specialist and Assistant Prof. of Business Administration Gaurav Bansal is serving on the steering committee for the project “Linking Data to Improve Health.” The project was recently funded by a $200,000 grant from the Medical College of Wisconsin. The project aims to build a multidisciplinary data-sharing system to fill service gaps and identify effective practices concerning children in Brown County.

Adam Hardy of Brown County United Way heads the project team. Community partners in addition to UW-Green Bay include Aurora BayCare; Bellin Health; Hospital Sisters Health System; Prevea Health; St. Norbert College; Green Bay Area Public School District; LIVES54218; Community Partnership for Children; Healthy Families; Howe Neighborhood Resource Center; Family and Childcare Resources of Northeast Wisconsin; Nicolet National Bank; and Encompass Early Education and Care.

The local project is one of nine funded, out of 62 initial applications. See more.

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